‘The national team was commanded in a generally calm atmosphere’

Coach Klinsmann of the national soccer team recorded a 2-2 draw in the first warm-up match against Colombia held at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 24th.

Coach Klinsman, who took the lead of the national soccer team last month, declared ‘attack soccer’. As a former striker, he promised Korean fans to play offensive soccer that was hot and fans could go wild.

The national soccer team exerted strong pressure from the beginning. Heung-Min Son and Kyu-Sung Cho led the attack from the front, Woo-Young Jung and Jae-Sung Lee from the side.

Until the 10th minute in the first half, coach Bento intensively checked the movements of the players, alternating between the bench and the ground. When Colombia Mohica’s attempted pass hit Lee Jae-seong and refracted, the ball passed to Son Heung-min in the right side of the penalty area. Noticing that the goalkeeper had come forward, Son Heung-min scored the opening goal with a left-footed kick.

Coach Klinsman, who was presented with his first goal in his coaching debut, smiled and applauded Son Heung-min. The soccer team’s fierce attack continued.

When Son Heung-min fell due to an opponent’s tackle, he strongly appealed to the referee. As a slight lull continued after the first goal, he was seen sitting on the ground and watching the game.

In the second half, foreign coaches gathered in one place and exchanged opinions. Korea took a 2-0 lead in the first half thanks to Son Heung-min’s multi-goal, but scored consecutive goals in the second half with a quick attack, ending the game in a 2-2 draw.

Even after conceding consecutive runs, coach Klinsman clapped and encouraged the defense and goalkeeper Kim Seung-gyu rather than looking disappointed.

Even after the game was over, he applauded and smiled brightly at goalkeeper Kim Seung-gyu and told him that he had worked hard. 온라인바카라

After the game, coach Klinsman said, “From the start, I planned a fast-tempo game. I talked about not falling behind the opponent’s rough play. I played against Colombia several times as a player and manager, and it is a rough team. I can see him quitting. I didn’t train much, but the part I prepared tactically showed up at the stadium, “he expressed satisfaction.

Regarding the situation in which consecutive goals were allowed, he said, “Unfortunately, I conceded two goals. You could say it was a lack of concentration, but I played a really good game for the remaining 85 minutes. As I learn, I will understand the players and play a good game.”

Meanwhile, the national soccer team will play an evaluation match against Uruguay at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 28th.

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